Podcasting Social Work is a platform for educators, learners, social workers, and activists to share your stories, knowledge and skills to empower communities and transform lives. The podcast episodes are focusing on various topics such as social, economic, cultural, and environment issues; and various social work practices to address poverty, marginalization and injustice across the world. Moreover, the podcast episodes also focusing on teaching pedagogy, reflective practice, global citizenship, social justice and internationalization in higher education.
In this episode, Ma Pia Catherine, a student of Centennial College, shared her knowledge and experience in Community Development that she has received from Social Service Worker program. Dr. Hasan hosted this episode. For feedback or joining in a podcast episode, email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bangladesh has the world largest refugee camp where over a million Rohingya refugees have taken shelters. YPSA, a social development agency, helping Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh along with other national, government and international agencies. This episode covers YPSA’s interventions for this stateless and marginalized community, and how international social worker, students and volunteers can engage in this humanitarian work virtually and in person. Dr. Hasan, Professor-Centennial College, Toronto, hosted this episode and had conversation with Mr. Arifur Rahman, CEO, YPSA. Find more about YPSA’s work at http://ypsa.org. You can share your feedback on this episode at email@example.com
This episode focused on Mindfulness, its techniques, principles, and how mindfulness practice may help social work students and practitioners to deal with stress due to COVID19. Professor Ann Martens, Social Worker & Mindfulness trainer, shared her experience and knowledge on mindfulness practice in this episode. Dr. Hasan Mahbub, Social Worker and Professor, hosted this episode. You may find more information and resources on mindfulness at Centre for Mindfulness Studies, Mindful Schools, If you have any questions, please email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Amelia and Victoria, two amazing Social Workers from Albarta, discussed about “Social Return On Engagement” (SROE) project of Aspen, and “Self-care during COVID-19”. This episode was hosted by Dr. Hasan, Social Worker and Professor at Centennial College, Ontario, Canada. If you have any questions, please contact at email@example.com or
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This episode focuses on civil resistance, social movements, and principles of nonviolence tactics and strategies, and people’s power. Both Dr. Hasan, a social worker educator and host of this episode, and Mr. Poncho Hernandez, a Mexican activist and trainer on civil resistance, are fellows of International Centre of Nonviolence Conflict (ICNC). ICNC is a social justice and capacity building agency that supports research, education and activism on nonviolence civil resistance across the globe. This podcast was recorded when Mr. Hernandez was visiting Dr. Hasan at Centennial College, Toronto, Canada. This podcast also discussed on various nonviolence tactics and community mobilization strategies that are promoting social justice, peace and socio-economic development in Latin America region and Bangladesh. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This episode focused on what is social policy, steps in policy process, and the role of social workers in various stages of social policy process. Dr. Hasan Mahbub hosted this episode and Mr. Anthony Longo, a Social Worker and Policy Analyst of Ontario Government, shared his experience and perspectives on social policy and social work practice. Please let us know your feedback on this podcast at email@example.com. Thanks
This episode was focused on how a group of social workers doing their job with passion and teamwork at Centennial College, and helping students for their success. This episode was recorded when some colleagues from Community Services were celebrating their team members’ success during a lunch. You will learn from this episode what factors lead to a high performing team. The episode was hosted by Dr. Hasan Mahbub, and participated by Michelle G, Lynne, Michele C, and Faye of Community Services Department.
This episode was recorded at FLACSO University, Ecuador, in April 2019, during ICNC Regional Institute on Civil Resistance and Nonviolent strategies and tactics. Dr. Hasan, host of this Podcast, was one of the participants in this event and he had a conversation with Mr. Hardy Merriman, President, International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC), on Civil Resistance and Integration of Social Work for social change. Mr. Merriman, one of the core trainers of the Regional Institute, also shared his ideas and perspectives on effective planning and execution of a campaign to secure human rights, promote social justice, and to empower communities to fight against oppression, poverty, and injustice. Hope you will like this episode. If you have any feedback, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Twitter @drmhasan
This episode on the importance of Land-based treatment for youth who are experiencing mental health and addiction issues. Dr. Hasan, Prof. SSW program-Centennial College, recently visited Manitoulin Island and interviewed Tom, Counsellor at GWEK, and Sam, a placement student of Centennial College, for this episode. Hope you will enjoy it. You can give your feedback at email@example.com, @drmhasan. Thanks!
This special addition Podcast is on “Reflective Practice in Teaching”. Host: Dr. Hasan Mahbub, MSW, Ph.D; Professor, and Registered Social Worker of Ontario. Guest: Ms Jennifer Woodill, Chair, Community Services Department. Centennial College, Toronto. Jennifer highly values reflective practice. Recently she participated in the Academic Leaders and Chairs Conference in Texas, USA, and presented on Reflective Practice in Teaching. Let’s listen to Jennifer about reflective practice and her amazing experience in Texas with 400 academic leaders. Please share your feedback on our podcast firstname.lastname@example.org. Twitter: @drmhasan